ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Patients have been asking for better healthcare services from their providers for a long time. Now, voice technology (Amazon Alexa and Google Home) provide a new, and unique opportunity for healthcare providers to "listen" to the voice of their patients.
Ken Sakal, CEO and Founder of Vohesu, will discuss this topic and more when he presents at the 2019 Voice Conference in Chattanooga TN, on January 15 - 17, 2019.
"Voice applications, or voice skills, on Amazon Alexa and Google Home, provide a unique opportunity for healthcare providers to communicate in a way that was not possible before," Mr. Sakal said. "Voice activated healthcare applications, have the ability to answer patient's critical treatment questions anytime, anywhere, patients need them. This can truly improve the value of care for providers and help improve outcomes for patients."
Mr. Sakal's session "Voice of the Patient: Can You Hear Me Now?" will be a part of the Voice in Healthcare Innovations series at 11:30 am on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. You can also catch Mr. Sakal on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 9:15 am as a panel member discussing Real-World Use Cases for Alexa in Healthcare.
About Vohesu LLC
Vohesu (www.vohesu.com) makes it easier for Healthcare Providers to deliver value-based services for patients living with chronic diseases. Vohesu's Voice Activated Physician Assistants (on Amazon Alexa and Google Home) educates, answer questions, and consoles patients with chronic diseases, where and when they need it.